Bajaj Auto’s Husqvarna brand to start two new 400cc bikes in India

In the month of February, Bajaj Auto launched the new Husqvarna model. The new manufacturer has introduced two 250cc bikes currently this yr and now the company is arranging to start two new bikes with bigger engines.

In an inside presentation by Husqvarna’s mum or dad business Pierer Mobility, that was intended for buyers, it was revealed that the company is arranging to launch the Svartpilen 401 and Vitpilen 401 in India to the conclude of this 12 months. The Bajaj Auto’s Husqvarna bikes will be competing with other 400cc bikes in India.

The bikes are presently getting made for international current market in Bajaj Auto’’s Chakan manufacturing unit. The demand in India will also be satisfied through the identical manufacturing facility.

The Svartpilen 401 and Vitpilen 401 bikes have been noticed during take a look at runs in India. Very similar to the 250cc variations, the bikes borrow their powertrain from their KTM cousins. The 400cc bikes will operate on the very same engine as the KTM 390 Duke. The liquid-cooled 373cc engine creates 43.5PS of electrical power and 37Nm of torque.

In conditions of styling, the bikes will glimpse very similar to their scaled-down 250cc versions. Having said that, the 400cc bikes might get some addtional features to distinguish them from the scaled-down engine counterparts. The bikes are expected to get entire-LED lights, absolutely-electronic instrument cluster and Bosch Abs.

In terms of pricing, though the 250cc bikes come with a selling price tag of 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom), the even larger bicycle, according to a report by HT Vehicle, is anticipated to priced considerably larger at all around 2.40 lakh.

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